Articles with tag: Member organisations
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Physical activity fixes the corona-induced wellbeing deficiencyPublished:
Distance learning, forced by corona constraints, easily exposes the student to difficulties in concentration, body aches and loneliness. Even before the corona, students sat for nearly 11 hours a day. In light of these facts, higher education sports are a necessary pillar of student and staff well-being now in the final stages of the pandemic as well as when studies move back to campuses.
Markus Halonen: Spreading information is an important part of promoting physical activityPublished:
Making higher education culture more physically active is a complex goal to achieve, and in order to reach it, we should approach the target group from many different angles. It is, of course, important to remind people about the benefits of exercise and the disadvantages of physical inactivity, but we also need more detailed information when we want to transfer new learning into practice in increasing physical activity. In August 2020, the project Tikissä työelämään organised a series of three webinars to examine both the benefits of physical activity and also possible disadvantages from the point of view of e.g. brain health and the new physical activity recommendations.
Opiskelijoiden Liikuntaliitto yhdessä YTHS:n kanssa järjestää Ergonomia etäopiskelussa -webinaarinPublished:
Opiskelu on siirtynyt väliaikaisesti koteihin ja näyttöjen taakse. Koronan jälkeenkin on odotettavissa, että korkeakouluissa opiskellaan aiempaa enemmän verkossa. Webinaarissa käsittelemme miten etäopiskelusta saa nautinnollisempaa ja vähemmän jumittavaa!
Työryhmähaku: Tule mukaan miettimään OLL:n ja opiskelijaliikunnan tulevaisuutta!Published:
OLL:n hallitus on päättänyt perustaa jäsenyystyöryhmän ja liikuntapoliittisen linjapaperin sparrausryhmän. Lue lisätiedot alta ja hae ryhmiin 12.3.2021 mennessä!
SportUni became cooperation member to OLLPublished:
SportUni was accepted as a member on February 9th. SportUni provides sport services for students and personnel of Tampere Universities. Welcome aboard!
Liisa Reinola: University students – an easily forgotten group of usersPublished:
Children and young people’s physical exercise is often discussed, and equal opportunities for them to be active: how certain sports are expensive, but how physical exercise is important for personal development, social relationships and even health. Once this case is somehow fixed, the discussion jumps ahead many decades and focuses on exercise opportunities for the elderly. It is a well-known fact that physical exercise does play a key role in supporting their health and ability to function. So, the opportunity for safe gym training, jogging paths close to home, and guided sports groups for seniors by the city sports services must be provided.
Ruotsinkielinen seminaari Liikkuva Korkeakoulusta 27.11.2020Published:
Finlands Svenska Idrotts järjesti Liikkuva opiskelu -aiheisen seminaarin ruotsiksi 27.11.2020. Seminaariin osallistui Opiskelijoiden Liikuntaliiton puolesta vuoden 2020 varapuheenjohtaja Sanna-Maria Ahl. Hän piti siellä esityksen opettajien merkityksesta osana opiskelijoiden matalankynnyksen liikkumista.
Student sports club, apply for funding to develop your activitiesPublished:
Muutoksia OLL:n jäsenistössäPublished:
Lapin yliopiston ylioppilaskunta - LYY ja Snellman-korkeakoulun ylioppilaskunta - SKY ovat tiedottaneet eroavansa Opiskelijoiden Liikuntaliitto OLL:sta. Suhtaudumme valitettaviin ilmoituksiin niiden vaatimalla vakavuudella.
Effects of the coronavirus pandemic on Finnish higher education sportsPublished:
In the late spring of 2020, the National Sports Council commissioned a report on the situation in the sports sector. The report completely forgot the Finnish higher education sports services. On the basis of the National Sports Council’s questionnaires, the Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) carried out its own survey for those working in higher education sports.
Are you applying to be on the OLL Board? This is how we support campaigning!Published:
We offer campaign support to candidates applying to be on the OLL Board through mailing lists and social media channels.
The Oracle, please tell me, what does the OLL Board do?Published:
What does a typical working week look like for the OLL Board? Where does the Board work? Do the Board Members receive compensation for their work? Who works with who?
The OLL General Assembly in Jyväskylä brings together the people active in the student sports and exercise sector on 20–21 November 2019Published:
Representatives of student unions and associations across Finland will convene to decide on the future of student sports at the General Assembly of The Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) held at the University of Jyväskylä on 20–21 November 2019. The General Assembly defines what kind of operations and advocacy work will be conducted to promote the physical activity of students especially next year. The General Assembly also elects the OLL President and Board for the next year.
Hard facts, balloons and new acquaintances at the sector meetingPublished:
This year’s first sector meeting was held in Helsinki after the sports tutoring day. On the first day of the sector meeting, the parliamentary elections were on the agenda and getting to know the new student union Board Members in charge of sports. At the same time, we filmed OLL’s election video. We will tell more about it later.
Page last updated 30.8.2020